Would you marry a Woman if she asked you to sign a pre-nuptial agreement?

March 5, 2007 1:45am CST
You fall in love with this very wealthy woman. And you ask her to marry you. She said she'll marry you... at the condition that you sign a pre-nuptial agreement stating that if you divorce her for any reason... right or wrong... you will leave with nothing. Or rather... you will leave with whatever money you invested in the relationship... but none of her money. Would you still marry her?
3 responses
@andrika (386)
• Indonesia
5 Mar 07
i loved her,aren't i? i don't have to worry about anything as long as i have her. beside, i can work and look for money on my own.
@Autisteek (326)
• Philippines
5 Mar 07
i know its a bit insulting (this reaction is relative to your culture)... but I think there is no problem with that unless the man wants HER money. its just right that she protects it, hers anyway. And when the two of them divorced, she would still have her money to depend on (LOL), even without the man. That would save her from more pain of the divorce, in case it happened. Let her be, its her money, and I believe the guy has his own too so I don't see a problem with this. Unless, as I said, the guy is interested to it.
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
5 Mar 07
I think that it would be up to the couple marrying and if this came into count then I believe that if the two people loved each other enough then it should not deter them to marry each other and also as I am a woman I would give to the man what he invested into the marriage.